GOP Literally Digging Through ACORN's Trash for Anything Bad-Seeming

What is our nation's very serious opposition party up to, these days? Oh, just staging mock trials in Congress using "evidence" they found in ACORN's trash!

Yep, just your usual, everyday Congress stuff, putting together a "Republican congressional forum" in order to publicize this sort of thing:

The document was found in Dumpster outside of an ACORN office in San Diego, a House Republican aide said. Derrick Roach, an unsuccessful Republican candidate for statehouse in California, took thousands of documents last week from the trash outside the office.

According to this bombshell document, that a failed congressional candidate took from the trash outside of an ACORN office and that actual elected Republicans are now holding pretend hearings about, ACORN considered changing its name. Which, you know, might be because the one of our nation's two political parties has decided to base its entire governing philosophy around an all-consuming hatred of this fairly inconsequential network of low-income community centers that registers voters, provides housing and tax advice to the disadvantaged, and lobbies on behalf of the urban poor.